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Western receives more than $6 million in capital, operating budgets

Following the 2022 Washington State Legislative Session which ended last month, Western Washington University walks away with more than $6 million added to its operating and capital budgets. The money will fund new programs and expand on existing ones and be…

Nursing program to get accreditation visit Oct. 16-18 2019-08-14
Meet the 2018-19 Outstanding Graduates from CFPA, Woodring, and Interdisciplinary Programs 2019-07-26
An Unprecedented Win for Nursing Faculty Salaries at Community and Technical Colleges 2019-06-26
WWU’s Sarah Bear Receives Prestigious Nursing Award 2019-05-01
WWU Hires Sarah Bear as its New RN-to-BSN Program Director 2017-09-22
WWU RN-to-BSN Graduates Selected for National Conference 2017-01-03
Bellingham health-care expert new WWU trustee

Gov. Jay Inslee appointed health-care leader Maureen West of Bellingham to Western Washington University’s board of trustees for a six-year term ending September 2021. With a doctorate in nursing from the University of Washington, West has extensive experience in the health-care field and health…

Skagit Valley College to add to nursing program

A Western Washington University nursing program is expanding to Skagit Valley College in the spring, allowing nursing students with an associate degree to pursue further education in public health care and community medicine. Western’s Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing program,…

Theater: Megan Cole blends medicine, theater at iDiOM

Award-winning stage and screen actor Megan Cole presents a one-night sharing of “Storytime for Grownups: Turning Points,” a solo piece about anticipated and unanticipated transitions in one’s life, at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 9, at iDiOM Theater, 1418 Cornwall Ave.

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